MORNINGTIME 3311

by Benjamin Munsell on November 24, 2019
MORNINGTIME 3311 
 
And he said, A certain man had two sons: And the younger of them said to his father, Father, give me the portion of goods that falleth to me. And he divided unto them his living. Luke 15:11-12. Again, this is the story of the Prodigal Son, and his bitter brother. Let's look at the father's POSSIBLE raising of his children. Neither child understood the full value of "Inheritance". They understood, "Do as I say", but they didn't understand, or see their fathers love and provision for them. Therefor, one son wanted to grab his Inheritance and run, the other put his Inheritance in the sock drawer not understanding what to really do with it. A Believers Loving Father has EVERYTHING available for the Believer to Grow him (her) into total CHRISTLIKENESS on this side of Heaven. He has available Perfect Love, Food, Fuel, Finances, Fellowship, AND Trials, Troubles, Testings, and Tribulations, ALL TO GROW YOU INTO CHRISTLIKENESS AS THE LORD HAS DETERMINED FOR YOU, IF YOU WILL BUT ASK FOR "YOUR INHERITANCE". Ask Him for today's Inheritance for today. Ask for tomorrow's Inheritance tomorrow, and each day forward. Understand that EVERYTHING that touches your life today comes from His Hand, having already passed through The Throne Room, straight to you, EVERYTHING. Everyone loves God's "Goodies", but can you embrace His Discipline for you also? EVERYTHING TODAY THAT TOUCHES YOU IS FOR YOUR GOOD, YOUR GROWTH, INTO GODLINESS. Will you ask for ALL your Inheritance, for ALL that Christ has for you, for All His "Good" and All His (so called) "Bad"? Did Christ suffer "Bad" things? Will you suffer them too? Say "YES" and you'll get a Life just like Christ did here on this earth. He heard, "This is My Beloved Son in Whom I am Well Pleased". Ask for your Inheritance, Embrace it all, and you too will Live as FULL a Life as humanly possible, with a whole bunch of Godliness mixed in, just like Jesus. Is He, and His Life, your Inheritance, that you too may, Be Blessed? 
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